Talented film industry actor Taapsee Pannu, who turned 31 on wednesday, says her forthcoming film Mulk presents “true loyalty and nationalism” and people who are having issues with it got to have an open mind.
“I feel it’s better we have an open mentality to see what specifically we tend to are trying to say. In Mulk, we have not criticised any community, and neither have we said any community is nice or dangerous. we have simply shown truth image and left it to the audience to form the selection,” she else.
Directed by Anubhav Sinha, the film tells the story of a Muslim family trying to reclaim its lost honour. releasing on Friday, the film also stars Rishi Kapoor, Prateik Babbar, Rajat Kapoor, Ashutosh rana and Neena Gupta. Asked how the film may contribute to ever-changing people’s mindsets, Taapsee aforementioned her intention wasn’t to evangelise.
Taapsee Pannu, Rishi Kapoor starrer Mulk, that is slated to release on August 3 in india, has reportedly been illegal by the Federal Censor Board of Pakistan. Film’s producer Deepal Mukut said in a very statement, “We are disturbed by this prejudiced finding and it’s such an understatement as a result of our film talks concerning this very prejudice. we urge the Pakistani Censor Board to reconsider their decision. they will realise however essential it’s to the well-being of the humanity across the globe.”
The film centres around a family whose member is allegedly concerned in a very terror plot. The family becomes a pariah overnight within the society and the country.
Rishi Kapoor plays the family’s patriarch who approaches a court to fight this prejudice and is represented by his daughter-in-law, compete by Taapsee Pannu. Taapsee plays a Hindu girl who is married into the family. the two fight to restore the name of their family and break the label that has led to them losing everything.